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American Revolution: A New England Revolution (MLS) Story

Started on 17 January 2013 by shylax
Latest Reply on 23 January 2013 by shylax
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Nice job on all the clean sheets, except against Philadelphia, of course. :P
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October 2013 Report


Real Salt Lake 2 @ New England Revolution 3

Two New England Players Re-Up

Carlos Aranda signed an 1 year, $250,000 extension to his contract.
Fernando Cardenas will be on $170,000 per year until December 2017.


Philadelphia Union 3 @ New England Revolution 0

New England Claims Jon Busch

Goalkeeper Jon Busch, formerly of Los Angeles, was claimed by New England on waivers. While Carl Noyes has a lot of potential, Shylo Elliott had said he wanted a more experienced goalkeeper. Busch is retiring at the end of the season, so the move isn't a long-term one.

Vancouver Hires Bruce Arena as Head Coach


New England Revolution 1 @ Montreal Impact 1

Injury: Kevin Alston out between 7 weeks and 2 months with strained knee ligaments. He has been placed on the Disabled List.

Michel Salgado Waived By New England

10.23.2013 - North American Champions League Group B

New England Revolution 3 @ Real Espana 3


Sporting Kansas City 2 @ New England Revolution 0

New England Wins Supporters' Shield For Second Consecutive Year

MLS Cup Playoffs Decided

2013 Playoffs Update - Wild Card & Conference Semifinals

Wild Card Results

Portland defeats Seattle 1-1; 4-3 on penalties
Montreal defeats Chicago 0-0; 3-2 on penalties

Conference Semifinal Round

Fahid Ben Khalfallah will miss 2 additional matches for his red card incident, meaning he will miss the Conference Semifina;s.

11.2.2016 - MLS Eastern Conference Semifinal First Leg

New England Revolution 3 @ Montreal Impact 1

11.6.2016 - MLS Eastern Conference Semifinal Second Leg

Montreal Impact 0 (1) @ New England Revolution 2 (5)

Injury: Fabian Espindola out 11 days-2 weeks with a sprained wrist.
Injury: Carlos Aranda out 7-10 days with bruised shin.

Playoff Bracket After Conference Semifinals

2013 Playoffs Conference Final Update

11.9.2013 - Eastern Conference Final First Leg

New England Revolution 1 @ Philadelphia Union 0

Injury: Fernando Cardenas suffered a groin strain during training, he will be given injections to make it through his next match then be out 5-6 weeks.

11.16.2013 - Eastern Conference Final Second Leg

Philadelphia Union 2 (2) @ New England Revolution 3 (4) after extra time

Conference Finals Results

THe MLS Cup Final, unlike the previous two rounds, is not a two-leg affair.

MLS Cup Final Update

11.30.2013 - MLS Cup Final

Los Angeles Galaxy 0 (4) @ New England Revolution 0 (2) after extra time and penalties

A sideline reporter caught up to head coach Shylo Elliott after the result of the game was decided and Los Angeles hoisted up the trophy. "I'm absolutely gutted. I thought we played well enough to win. We did well enough to stay even with a man down, and then they went a man down, too. I thought we were better than them, if we had played all night, we would eventually have bore this one out, but it went to penalties, and the one thing that kept me up at night all season was the one thing that reared its ugly head. Jon Busch had a great playoffs as our keeper, he didn't let one in in the finals for 120 minutes, but Los Angeles' talented penalty-takers just overwhelmed him. I wanted him to get a trophy as much as he did, and it sucks that he's going to go out like this. For us, there will be a next year. For him, there won't be, and I know it eats him up inside."

I'm putting this story on break because I'm pretty much soured on MLS, and I want to go back to more traditional rules. I won't say I'm completely retiring this, but right now it would be very unlikely.

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